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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffJeff Kaplan Date: Jan 13, 2014 10:55am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Move to Radio Programs

you would need a collection under radio programs. to have a collection you first need to have created 50 item pages and then request a collection.

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Poster: Planete Indie (by Pierre GERARD) Date: Jan 14, 2014 3:07am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Move to Radio Programs

Ok. Thank you for your quick and complete answer.
So, when I have 50 records, I will make a request for a collection.

In the meantime, I have another problem / question (and I do not find the link anymore to create a new post... :-(
So I post it here...
It's about linking to files from an outside web site.

The situation is : I have uploaded records of my radio show, which I would like to make available to the guests of my website. I use a flash player. I am using the address
http://archive.org/download/PlaneteIndie2013/PlaneteIndie20130720.mp3 for instance.

When I try to link in html with a href code, it works fine, but when I try to configure my embedded flash player with these addresses (playlist), it fails.
The format is supported, since when I use my local copy, it plays.

Any suggestion ? Where is the problem lying ?
It is not the file format, it does not seem to be the address of the file, and the configuration file mentioning the urls of the files seems ok…
Thank you for your help.


This post was modified by Planete Indie (by Pierre GERARD) on 2014-01-14 11:07:46

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffJeff Kaplan Date: Jan 14, 2014 12:23pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Move to Radio Programs

i'm not sure i know what the issue is. could be your player or site. that url (which is the correct one to use) is archival and will never change but, it does trigger a redirect to the server where the file lives when the request is made. some sites/players don't like redirects and consider it a security issue.

but as i said, i'mnot sure if that's the issue.

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Poster: Planete Indie (by Pierre GERARD) Date: Jan 15, 2014 1:19am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Move to Radio Programs

Well, this is something to consider. I will ask the developer of the player if it might cause this blockage.
Thank you for the hint !